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‘Such Sharp Changes Look Very Unusual’: Even Some Ukrainians Feel Sorry for Britain’s Political Shambles
Amid a misjudged social media endorsement of Boris Johnson by the Ukrainian Government, Chris York speaks to people in Kyiv about what they make of the UK's political crisis
A New Wave of ‘Silence or Suppression’ in Saudi Arabia
CJ Werleman speaks to the son of a prominent Saudi preacher condemned to death as part of an intensifying crackdown on human rights in a kingdom mired in controversy
How to Deal with Russia’s Nuclear Threat over Ukraine
Putin’s nuclear posturing is largely empty, says Paul Niland, but that doesn’t mean the risks are non-existent
Strange Allies: Hungary, Russia and the UK
Szabolcs Panyi looks at the affinities between British Conservatives and Viktor Orbán in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine
EXCLUSIVE Was Justice a Victim of the War in Afghanistan?
New data shows how complaints against the UK military in Afghanistan were highly unlikely to be prosecuted, report Iain Overton and Murray Jones